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Now Accepting Grant Applications – DC Oral History Collaborative

The 2019 DC Oral History Collaborative requests for proposals are here! Now in its third year, the DCOHC will continue to fund new oral history projects about Washington, DC. Past projects have interviewed: Asian-American restaurateurs, members of a venerable literature club, recent Latino immigrants, formerly incarcerated women, Howard University nursing students and faculty, residents of Fort Totten and Southwest DC, and many more. For 2019, the DCOHC is issuing a new RFP for public projects and events that use existing

Congratulations 2018 Open Humanities Grant Recipients

Thank you to everyone who applied for one of our grant programs this year! We’re proud to announce the recipients of the Open Humanities Grants for 2018!   Open Humanities Grants are funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities   Greater Washington Urban League Georgetown African American Historic Landmark Project Along the cobblestone streets of what we recognize as Georgetown once tread the footsteps of enslaved and freed African Americans who lived in and helped build the now wealthy

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